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1 for thin body yoga movements ship type

by:Bosket     2020-08-29
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how to thin body? Small make up teach you simple a recruit yoga action: ship type, let your whole body thin, attractive curve, you can also practice temperament oh, hurry to learn.

1 for thin body yoga movements ship type. < P > ship yoga movements do not suit a crowd: < / P > < P > pregnant women and people with low blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, insomnia, headaches, diarrhea, people should avoid doing this pose. < / P > < P > ship yoga action notice: < / P > < P > the back straight, as far as possible make the spine, up downward coccygeal vertebra, lead to back pain. < / P > < P > to steadily straight body, legs and hold a 'v' shape position, need is enough axis force, namely, waist force and restoring force. This position has puzzled many people, another reason is that it challenges the balance of the body. So it's not hard to detect, some practice pilates ( 普拉提) Man, can do this action is handy. < / P > < P > ship yoga action steps: < / P > < P > 1 begin from 'good', sit up straight back, back slightly back. Feet, knees and feet stick, with his hands behind both sides. < / P > < P > 2 breathe in. Mention the calf, parallel to the ground, the toe, upper body leans back again, into a 45 degree Angle with the ground, his hands on the ground to help support the body. Abdomen tightening as the focus of the whole body balance. < / P > < P > 3 exhale, lock, feet a 45 degree Angle brace exhibition straighten, feet and torso to form a 'v' shape. Hands lift and straight forward parallel to the ground. Concentrate the power of the trunk and spine straight and chest. Both feet together clamping. Keep the natural breath. Maintain this pose about 10 seconds or more. < / P > < P > ship yoga movement difficulty adjustment: < / P > < P > your feet can not straighten, can hold in their knees position, or use a chair before the support your feet. < / P >
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